Join us as we journey through the long-feared sinister underbelly of Boston.
Join us as we journey through the long-feared sinister underbelly of Boston. Travel to places locked in by legend, yet stranger still, recently found to have unexplained and unsettling paranormal energies, documented with modern detectors and occasionally captured in photographs by those lucky enough to find them.
Our adventure begins outside the cold grey granite Boylston Street Subway station at the corner of Tremont and Boylston St, whose mere construction cost the lives of at least twenty-seven hard-working tunnel rats.
We'll stroll by the Common (Central) Burial Ground, where the long-buried and recently dug up stories of four officers court-martialed as they were either dead or dying.
We'll meet a horrified young lady who's passionate throes led her to suicide. Is it her in late 17th-century garb some have seen wailing late at night against the steel railings?
We will also find the far older, unidentified ancient skeletons of native people long forgotten.
We will also awe you with true tales of dreadful murders (the first known use of forensics to get a conviction), the bloody demise of our first serial killer, and of course, the strange stories of the terror rained on this neighborhood from 1962 to 1964 by Albert DeSalvo, the Boston Strangler.
Reservations: REQUIRED. Click here to reserve. Groups of 6 or more must contact us before booking.
WHERE: Outside the Boylston St. Subway Station on the corner of Boylston and Tremont St.
Tour ends: Outside the Park St. Station on the corner of Park St. and Tremont St.
Duration: Approximately 90 minutes. Tour distance is approximately 1 mile (1.6K)
When: View our full tour schedule.
If we aren't running a ghost tour that first your schedule, we suggest checking out other Ghost Tours in Boston.
This tour runs year-round
Cost: This tour is free to take, and you get to decide what, if anything, the tour was worth when it's done. A name-your-own-price tour is a tour for anyone's budget.
Save even more money with a Boston tourist discount pass.